Rugby League World Cup 2013 completed one of the more challenging legs of the current trophy tour yesterday, Wednesday October 31st. The famous trophy first visited the Prime Minister, David Cameron at 10 Downing Street and was then taken straight to the First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones in Cardiff.

Steve McNamara and Iestyn Harris, the coaches of the two RLWC2013 host nations, accompanied the trophy to Downing Street and spoke to Mr Cameron about their ambitions for the tournament.

They were joined by Welsh players Ben Flowers and Lloyd White and by England’s Eorl Crabtree and Dan Sarginson of England Knights. The Prime Minister also heard about the growth of Rugby League in the capital from young Brixton Bulls players.